Arguably the most stunning part of the hotel is its restaurant, Koi. The eatery, which opened its first branch in Los Angeles and now has sites in Las Vegas, Bangkok and another in SoHo in New York, serves a Japanese menu with Californian touches. The décor is something quite special with dark wood furniture, tan leather banquettes and an indoor garden all swept over by an impressive lattice work structure caressing the ceiling. Also of note in terms of décor are the false fossils on display on shelves at the front of the space, the chandeliers which look as those they have price tags hanging from them and the fantastic wooden doors with metal bolts. Guests at the restaurant can choose to be seated in their own private booths, at a regular table for two (looks quite cramped) or at the sushi bar at the back of the space. Koi is open for breakfast (traditional continental and hot options), lunch and dinner and also has a bar/lounge where one can enjoy a selection of house cocktails.
On the menu are starters such as warm baby spinach and mushroom with a ponzu dressing or yellowtail and salmon sashimi with organic greens and sesame dressing, mains including Hamachi fusion with soy citrus and truffle essence or edamame dumplings with lobster and a mushroom mirin broth as well as tempura, sushi and other more mainstream dishes such as lamb chops and pan seared chicken breast.
The hotel also has a very popular night spot in the form of The Cellar Bar which lies underneath the hotel. Although a modern hotspot, the style is unabashedly Gothic with vaulted ceilings, those same chandeliers that are present in the lobby and even metal gates and iron work to really underline the look. A real party goer's venue, the bar/club hosts special events and guest DJs several times per month and serves cocktails, wines and a tapas menu.